We track the use of our website with cookies. Below you will find more information
1. What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer or other device when you visit a website. On each subsequent visit, they are sent back to our website or to another, third-party website that recognizes the cookie.
With the help of cookies, we can e.g. to recognize your device when you return to our website, to remember your preferences and choices, to improve your user experience and to adapt our marketing on our website and in possible other services.
2. The cookies we use
Various cookies are used on our website. They can be divided according to both their duration and purpose of use.
In terms of duration, we use both temporary and permanent cookies. Temporary cookies remain only until you close your browser. We also use persistent cookies that remain for a longer, predetermined period of time.
Some cookies are necessary for the technical functioning and use of our website. These cookies do not collect information about users that could be used in marketing or to remember the sites selected by the user.
They measure performance
Our performance-measuring cookies collect information about how users use our website (e.g. the most visited pages). These cookies do not collect identifiable information, but are kept anonymous and are only used to improve the functionality of the website.
Our website uses Google Analytics cookies. The information collected by these cookies is transferred and stored on the service provider's servers, some of which may be located outside the EU and which in this case are subject to local data protection legislation.
With the help of functional cookies, our website remembers your choice (language or region) and offers better and more individual features.
Third party cookies
Our pages have buttons that make it easier to share content to different online communication environments and social media. If you use these above mentioned buttons, a cookie can be set on your terminal device from the service you have chosen. These cookies are not under our control. You can find more information about the use of third-party cookies on the website of that service.
Our website may accept cookies from these third-party services. These can include, for example, Facebook or Google services.
3. How are cookies managed?
Most web browsers accept cookies, but you can usually change these browser settings yourself and prevent the storage of new cookies, delete existing cookies, or request a notification about the storage of new cookies.
If you prevent the storage of cookies or disable them, some functions of our website may not work. Disabling a cookie or cookie class does not remove the cookie from your browser, you have to do it yourself through your browser. You can get instructions for this from your browser provider.